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Biographical Sketch of Charles W. Pattison

Pattison, Charles W.; lawyer; came to Cleveland from Cincinnati, O., in 1903; began law practice in Cleveland, was in partnership with the late Jas. J. Hogan, and later with Francis C. McMillin, now of the New York bar; now associated with Harvey R. Keeler, formerly of the Common Pleas Bench of Cuyahoga County; also W. H. Hasselman and C. F. McConnell, under the firm name of Keeler & Pattison; university and law education, specializing in insurance law; member Ohio State and American Bar Associations, Commercial Law League of America; member Cleveland Credit Men’s Ass’n, The Cleveland Real Estate Board. The Civic League and The Chamber of Commerce; Republican; member Tippecanoe, City, and Athletic Clubs. Fraternally belongs to Masons, Odd Fellows, Elks, and Knights of Pythias, etc.

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